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Indianapolis News, page 1
August 27, 1932

Nancy Keller died

Mrs. Nancy Keller, age 96, an Indiana pioneer born in a log cabin in Putnam County died Friday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Louis R. Adams, 401 Berkley Road. Mrs. Keller until recently was alert and interested in modern invention and science, keeping abreast of the times through newspapers and radio in spite of her advanced age. Mrs. Keller was born March 29, 1835. When she was seven years old her family moved to Owen County near Spencer, traveling in a covered wagon with the stock following and had a wealth of reminiscences of early days and often said she saw "Spencer grow-up" and told of how she played on the ties when the Indianapolis & Vincennes Railroad was built through town. She was one of a family of 11 children. She was the widow of Andrew J. Keller, a Civil War veteran who died in 1887. Mrs. Keller is survived by the daughter, Mrs. Adams; a son Willard Keller of Oklahoma; a brother and sister, Mrs. Maggie Welty, Huntington and William Coffman, Spencer, 11 grandchildren 35 great grandchildren and 12 great great grandchildren. She was a member of the West Washington Street church but in recent years had been attending the University Park Christian Church. Funeral services will be held at the undertaking establishment of Edward Tyner, 328 West Thirtieth Street, Sunday afternoon with burial at the Pleasant Grove Cemetery north of Spencer Monday.